About the Central Bank as a Regulatory Body
The Central bank of Swaziland is a bank that regulates the operations of financial institutions in Swaziland. Its function is to contribute to Swaziland’s national economic development through the promotion of monetary stability and to foster an environment which ensures a stable and sound financial system.
Nedbank (Swaziland) Ltd recognizes its accountability to the Central Bank under the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to its business. It is committed to comply with both the spirit and the letter of applicable requirements and to always act in due skill, care and diligence.
Nedbank submits statistical returns on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis for purposes of monitoring the financial position of the bank. The Bank Supervision Division of the Central Bank of Swaziland carries out special, limited and full-scale on-site inspection on the Bank.
The Central Bank 1st floor Imfumbe Building
P.O. Box 546